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Conflict Period:
Civil War (Union) 1
Branch:
Navy 1
Rank:
Carpenter's Mate 1
Death:
15 Sep 1864 1
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Full Name:
Frederick Augustus James 2
Full Name:
Frederick A James 1
Death:
Cause: DYSENTERY 2
Death:
15 Sep 1864 1
Burial:
Burial Place: Andersonville National Cemetery Andersonville (Sumter County) Sumter County Georgia, USA Plot: 8858 2
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Civil War (Union) 1

Branch:
Navy 1
Rank:
Carpenter's Mate 1
Casualty Type:
Deaths Due To Enemy Action 1
Ship or Station:
Prison Pen, Andersonvile, Ga 1

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  1. Navy Casualty Reports, 1776-1941 [See image]
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Landsman Frederick Augustus James Navy

Frederick Augustus James
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While serving on the USS HOUSATONIC, he was captured in Charleston on September 8, 1863. After being sent to five different POW Camps, he died Andersonville a year later. Also Served on USS Ohio

Rank: LANDSMAN
State: US
Branch of Service: NAVY
Date of Death: 9/15/1864
Cause of Death: DYSENTERY
Remarks: F. A. JAMES [2]; USS HOUSATONIC
Reference*: p 72 [3]; p 216 [39]
Place Captured: FORT SUMTER, SC
Date Captured: 9/8/1863  
 

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